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Last fall, I joined Delta’s SkyBonus program as a way to earn additional award points. As Ben has previously written, SkyBonus is essentially a way for businesses to earn additional points for the flights their employees take on Delta.
These act as a completely separate currency and earn points on top of the SkyMiles earned, so they don’t get in the way of employees earning miles. If you’re a business owner, it’s a win-win.
However, you do need to be an actual business owner to take advantage of the program – and there are some caveats. In addition to needing an Employee Identification Number (EIN), you need to spend a minimum of $5,000 a year on the program in order to stay active, and you need to fly a minimum of five employees.
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